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A command to run on a buffer given its number or titled printed in :ls. This doesn't seem to be possible with :bufdo.

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  • You mean an ex-command? Or something like a operating system command? Commented May 6 at 10:55
  • @ChristianBrabandt OP's previous question for context: vi.stackexchange.com/questions/44742/…
    – romainl
    Commented May 6 at 11:51
  • No. There is no such thing.
    – romainl
    Commented May 6 at 14:50
  • @romainl I already figured out that other question. This is separate.
    – Oneechan69
    Commented May 6 at 15:13

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The closest you can get is probably simulation via (:help text-functions)

Working with text in another buffer:
    getbufline()        get a list of lines from the specified buffer
    getbufoneline()     get a one line from the specified buffer
    setbufline()        replace a line in the specified buffer
    appendbufline()     append a list of lines in the specified buffer
    deletebufline()     delete lines from a specified buffer

Many functions take a {bufnr}, but generally Vim assumes you're editing the current buffer.

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